How to arrive to Mallorca island
Suggested Arrival & Departure
–Arrival: September 2 in the morning if possible. If you come from far and have one day travel, you can arrival September 1 in the evening and we can accommodate you in the seminar place for the night of September 1.
–Departure: September 7 after lunch.
A large number of visitors arrive here annually; like 6 million, so it goes without saying the airport could get crowded in peak tourist season. It also is a stop off connection to many places in Europe which adds to the traffic. Major airlines fly into and out of the airport every day. You can find many low cost flight if you fin it with enough time. We suggest you choose flight transportation – better prices and time.
Any number of cruise ships berth at Palma, and there are also a number of ferry services to other Balearic Islands and to the Iberian peninsula.
Trasmediterranea [-] run ferries from Barcelona, Valencia, Ibiza and Mahon.
Baleària [-] run ferries from Denia, Valencia, and Ibiza.
Iscomar Ferries [-] run ferries from Barcelona, Valencia, Ibiza and Denia.
Palma de Mallorca, the capital of the Balearic Islands, is the largest city in Mallorca; the population of the Palma municipality was approximately 400,000 at the beginning of 2007. Half the population of Mallorca lives in the city of Palma…. Read more [here]
How to arrive to seminar from airport
Our “Stick bus”
In the airport there will be two rented buses available at different times which will transporte you to the seminar place for free.
We wiil let you know the hour schedule.
You can also take a taxi or public transportation. Taxi is about 28€ and public bus 7.50€